Olmert denies connection to alleged Holyland bribery scheme

Olmert denies connection to alleged Holyland bribery scheme

Jerusalem : Israel | Apr 10, 2010 at 11:10 AM PDT
Source: Haaretz
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Former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert denied Saturday that he had any connection to the alleged bribery scheme involving the "Holyland" residence project in Jerusalem, which was promoted during Olmert's decade-long tenure as the city's mayor, Channel 2 news reported. "I must say I am very surprised,"... FULL ARTICLE AT Haaretz
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